London-based Bulgari Design has axed the rear doors of the Range Rover Sport and applied the "Coupe" nameplate for the British SUV.

Range Rover Sport's design chief Gerry McGovern considers the model as "the Porsche 911 of SUVs" and this analogy has been enhanced by Bulgari Design with their two-door conversion available with a wide variety of customization options. The vehicle will come with a three-year warranty and will be accepted at Land Rover dealerships for necessary servicing and warranty work.

Under the hood it will get Land Rover's supercharged V8 5.0-liter gasoline engine outputting 503 bhp (375 kW) while select markets will also receive the more frugal 3.0-liter SDV6 diesel rated at 288 bhp (215 kW).

Bulgari Design plans on making 100 units and will start delivering them in the first quarter of the year to those willing to pay an estimated price of 150,000 GBP.

Gallery: Range Rover Sport loses rear doors courtesy of Bulgari Design

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